Reviews and Assessments
How do you ensure you’re setup for success?
Product management is under increasing pressure. More products are launched while markets evolve and organisations change. There is more to do and less time for thinking and strategic planning. It’s unsurprising that few find the time to do a thorough review of their product management function and come up with practical ideas for improvement.
We can help – with a quick review of product management at your company or a full and comprehensive assessment of the whole function.
Product Management Framework©
Product management review
As the person that heads up product management, a review gives you a quick and sharp analysis of the product management at your company. It typically takes place in advance of on-site training for the whole team.
This is your opportunity to discuss product management and product marketing in your business with an independent and impartial functional expert.
A Product Focus Director will meet with you at your office. They will run a structured session to discuss and advise on your main product management challenges, uncover other potential issues and agree key areas of focus in the training. A typical review takes 6 hours. After the session they will produce a short report you can use to prioritise future improvements.
Various tools are used including our Product Management Framework© which examines the complete product life cycle and 5 product function enablers.
Product management assessment
A Product Management Assessment is a more comprehensive audit of the product function in a business. It involves a series of meetings with key stakeholders and product managers to uncover, validate and explore issues.
The output is a report and set of pragmatic recommendations to answer questions such as:
- What’s the role of product management in our company?
- Are we set up right and what processes should we have?
- Have we got the right people?
- What performance indicators should we use?
- Are we using best practice?
We’d love to talk to you.
Get in touch for a free (no-obligation) discussion about how we can help.